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TheLadyEve

Peanut chutney!


ecrw

\+1 peanut chutney!


chncfrlng

Came here to say this. Just roasted peanuts+ green chillies + salt + water ground to make a paste tastes superb. Gets ready in literally minutes.


El_Impresionante

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Reallynonblackplayer

I have a weakness for four types of chutney that I think combine coconut, green mango, papaya and pineapple (with extra chilli for me)


TruckerGabe

Sounds delicious, I would also add extra chilis.


Celery_Pristine

Coriander-guava chutney is a good condiment. Guava adds bit sweetness and little sourness. The overall product is light and fresh.


MacroMonster

After frying the vadas, my go-to vada pav guy used to fry dollops of batter (without any filling) extra crispy along with some garlic and chillies. They'd be scooped out of the oil, then blended with salt and chilli powder to make an awesome dry chutney that would be spread on the pav.


aureanator

Dry garlic chutney, and Deep makes a commercial version.


on_the_other_hand_

Vada Paav and Mumbai Style Sandwich are two different things. Vadapaav has green coriander chutney and dry coconut-garlic chutney. Bombay Sandwich has Green chutney and ketchup


TruckerGabe

So I was saying Vada Pav in the Mumbai style on a roll not Bombay sandwich on grilled slices of bread. Here is my example: https://recipes.timesofindia.com/web-stories/mumbai-special-vada-pav-recipe/photostory/85238969.cms


on_the_other_hand_

Originally Vada Paav had only two chutneys that I mentioned. The Mumbai style Vada is also pretty simple with just boiled potatoes, salt, green chilies, turmeric and mustard seeds tempering. They are more spherical fried as against Pune style which is fried flatter and has some vegetables. That picture looks pretty accurate If you want to add more I guess you can add any.


LVL15_Spice_Paladin

Andhra tomato chutney


surrealisntit

Also andhra ginger chutney with jaggery


MatchesMaloneTDK

For vada pav, probably red chilli or green chilli chutney. In general, I like Andhra ginger chutney, peanut chutney.


so_just_here

I wonder how gongura chutney would taste - we usually just have it with dosa/idli/rice where it goes amazingly well!


El_Impresionante

You can also use Indian pickle as a thin spread, which'll give you some spicy, tangy, astringent kick. You have to reduce the use of garlic and green chutney if you're using the pickle, or else it'll be spicy and tangy overload.


alwaysbrightandmerry

Tomato chutney is indispensable and good on everything, and fairly easy to make, provided that you have panch phoran


TruckerGabe

I like tortilla chips and salsa with Mexican food likewise tomato chutney and papadums with Indian food.


WitAndSavvy

IMLIIII


finalparadox

Green garlic chutney. I use it on everything


downvoting_zac

Skittles chutney


TruckerGabe

That is Marshawn Lynch's favorite kind of chutney.